ASSOCIATE LEVEL TRAINING COURSE & SUBSEQUENT PRACTICUM
DATES : 14th – 24th June 2015 (14th-19th, 22-24th June)
LOCATION : Bangkok
COST : $1,500 (USD)
REQUIREMENT : Bachelor’s degree or higher (in any area of study)
Associate Level members may tutor individuals using the Orton-
Gillingham approach while continuing to work supervised by a Fellow.
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Dyslexia Thailand is sponsoring an Orton-Gillingham Academy Accredited Associate Level training course in June 2015. This 63 hour course is required to become an Associate member of the Orton-Gillingham Academy. The Academy is the only organization established and authorized expressly to set and maintain professional and ethical standards for the practice of the Orton-Gillingham Approach.
The course will be taught by two fellows of the Academy of Orton-Gillingham Practitioners and Educators (AOGPE), Dawn Nieman and MaryAnn Chatfield. This course is an exclusive opportunity to work with AOGPE Fellows within Asia.
MaryAnn Chatfield,Fellow/AOGPE. Diane Nieman. Fellow/AOGPE.
The Associate Level Course includes the following topics:
• Dyslexia and reading disorders
• The rationale of the Orton-Gillingham Approach
• Phonology and morphology
• The motor component and the writing process
• Vocabulary, reading comprehension, and fluency
• 63 hour course
Practicum Includes: (After completion of the above course – additional cost)
• Practical strategies for applying the OG approach
• 10 hours
Orton Gillingham training
Summer Camp (27 June – 8 August 2015)
D.T is also in the process of setting up a summer camp in Kanchanaburi, Thailand, where the children can enjoy all the fun expected of summer camp as well as an hour of literacy intervention by the OG tutors per day. The camp also aims to raise self-esteem and confidence in learning. We are hoping to have this ready for the upcoming summer break. More news to come…
Our mission is to increase awareness of dyslexia in South East Asia where 10 – 20% of all school populations will have students struggling to reach international standards in literacy and/or math. By increasing awareness and training we hope to develop the quality of teaching and intervention that these children receive, to reach their educational potential.
For more information contact: email@example.com www.dyslexiainthailand.com